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day in "the situation room." brooke baldwin and jake tapper take it over from here. >>> wolf thank you so much. good afternoon, i'm brooke baldwin here standing on boylston street as we continue this search for answers after this boston marathon bombing. now two weeks ago today. we're going to talk about next couple of hours about the parents here w we're the tsarnaev parents as there had been coming here to boston. still this elder brother, the the medical examiner's office. also, this afternoon, getting new details from ashleigh banfield who is here in boston. nuggets as far as what she's been learning from the beth israel hospital staff, when this younger tsarnaev dzhokhar tsarnaev was taken last week to this prison medical facility in deven devens, massachusetts, 40 miles from where i'm standing. but i want to begin with the wife of brother, tamerlan tsarnaev. her name is katherine russell. she has been questioned by investigators. we at cnn would love to talk to her. we're hearing a little bit from her attorney and we have seen some action today outsi
'll go in depth 5:00 p.m. eastern in "the situation room." that's it for me. i'm wolf blitzer. brooke baldwin and jake tapper pick up our coverage from boston right now. >>> i'm jake tapper alongside brooke copley square for live coverage of the investigation and the fallout from the boston marathon terrorist attacks. >>> we're standing by now for new developments concerning the boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. so meantime, we heard from the president. he spoke this morning, held a news conference. and he warned that lone wolves like the tsarnaev brothers, that they are the new threat. >> one of the dangers that we now face are self-radicalized individuals who are already here in the united states. in some cases may not be part of any kind of network, but because of whatever warped, twisted ideas they may have may decide to carry out an jessica yellin joins us now. she's our chief white house correspondent. and jessica, in the back and forth with the president today, heard you press the president on some of the criticism he's been getting mostly concerning
>> good afternoon, again, eric brooks, san francisco green party and local grass roots organization in our city, i do too many of these, so at any rate, it's really good to see the lafco taking this up. i'm not a fan and i don't think -- i'm not going to explicitly speak for them but i think most of the folks in the green party are not a fan of this strong executive that's able to just appoint people that leave offices like the board of supervisors or the assessor. i see no reason whatsoever that whenever someone leaves a position in our city government that we can't immediately call a near term special election to replace that person by a vote of the people, that's the way we should be replacing people on the board of supervisors and to other elected positions. and just to kind of also dove tail on what some of you already said, we also have this situation and this whole assessor thing where, you know, god bless and i mean, i find him to be a little more positive than his predecessor from the start point of a progressive, but mayor lee did do this thing that the board of superviso
tapper alongside brooke baldwin in boston for special live coverage of the investigation into the boston marathon terrorist attacks. >> live during this hour, a lot happening here in the city of boston. in just about 15 minutes from now, this city will stand still along with the white house at the precise moment when the two bombs went off, about a block from where we're standing here in copley square. remember, this was the middle of boston, the end of boston's most famous race, the iconic marathon. it happened this very hour exactly one week ago. so today, of course, they will be honoring the four victims and the dozens wounded in last monday's attacks. >> we now know the surviving suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev, has been charged while he lays badly wounded in his hospital bed here in boston. one of the charges using a weapon of mass destruction. all this as bostonians are back at work today, trying to find some semblance of normality after a deadly bombing, a manhunt, car chases, shootout, city wide lockdown, four innocent people have been killed. one of those being remembered today is kr
this breaking news story throughout the afternoon. want to bring in my colleague brooke baldwin who will take it from here. >>> thank you. hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. thanks for being with me on this tuesday afternoon as we begin with breaking news out of texas. take a look at these pictures as we explain exactly what is going on here on the ground. this is one of the campuses, there is a multicampus system here in texas, this is harris county this is in the houston area. this is lone star college. reports of multiple stabbings. you see all the white cars, clearly the police presence is there. in terms of numbers, and keep in mind this is still happening, the campus from what we know, according to this alert on this website, is still on lockdown. we're told as many as 14, 14 people are hurt. you see the big red letters, alert, if you google lone star college cyfair campus, this is what you see front and center on this college website. this is the school. alert, they are telling folks to stay away, stay away from campus, because one suspect is still at large. we know another suspect is i
. and it starts tonight with president obama not too far from newtown. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. >> no, no, no. >> iron lady dies and inside look at margaret thatcher's relationship, both with ronald reagan, and the queen. >> the lady is not returning. >>> the desperate search for needles in a hay stack. how crews are looking for two brothers in the gulf of mexico. >>> plus, one of music's sexiest couples taking heat for their vacation to cuba. >>> and, snoop says there will never be a gay rapper. he explains why. >>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin. thanks for joining me here on this monday. we have to begin with sad news here this afternoon. known for her mousketeer ears, her beach parties, the entertainment world remembering annette funicello today. the former teen icon has died at the age of 70. we're told funicello died from complications of multiple sclerosis, a disease she apparently battled for years. >> i was feeling strange little things, numbness. i used to think i slept on my arm wrong. my equilibrium was strange, you know? i couldn't walk on the sand. my eyesight was dete
waves. i'm brooke baldwin. the news is now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hi, there. i'm brooke baldwin. good to be with you. beginning with breaking news on this thursday. reports of a tornado right now moving over mississippi. chad myers, it's in to alabama. tell us what you know. >> >> that's correct. it was on the ground. has been on the ground for a long time. it has produced one fatality. the storm continues to be on the ground as it travels to the east of columbus, mississippi. these are kind of rural areas, thank goodness, because this is probably an f-3, f-4 tornado on the ground. it did hit a town near may con, mississippi, earlier, but it's now moving in a very rural area near alabama. they're already taking some of the kids out of school already. the last time we happened we remember the vivid pictures of tuscaloo tuscaloosa. those kids are going home. more tornados in southern mississippi and some of the patien parishes of louisiana. this is going to be one of those days, if a storm is headed your way, assume the worst. get inside, get the pets inside. don'
brooks, you can come up to the front row. >>> hi, jason freed, lafco staff. chair came in and gave his comments. i do want to talk for a second about the pg&e option that you guys have been fixating on. i don't think we should be worried on t but it is definitely an issue to be a dreadtion. the numbers we're use now are based on what pg&e is saying in the press and not i believe a realistic final price of what this product is. i am willing to bet that from what i've seen in the press and what the tart consolidate has been able to track down, what they're talking -- they're talking the base price of energy. they're not incorporating how much they're going to spend on marketing on the price. not administrative costs. i'm not sure that they're including everything that needs to be incorporated into that final price. so, if we're here today trying to figure out what pg&e's final price is going to be, we don't know what that is. we know what their base price is going to be based on just the energy, but there's a lot of other costs that get added into that price. and, so, i don't think that
. >> i'm just saying, i have incredible information that i want to do you know, this brooke story about her wedding dress? it's insane. i'm just trying to get over the weird arcane laws. >> you mean the facts? i'm skipping you, tucker. brooke? >> yes. >> i like how you brought up being kicked off a plane, and people said, you were kicked off a plane and you were like, oh, do i really have to tell this story. and then the story you hated to tell was, well, i was flying to st. bart's for my wedding. really? come on. >> andy, are you just bitter? >> yes. greg, do you have something to add to that? >> brooke, tell them what happened after you were leaving the plane. >> i did stand up and say, this could happen to you, too! and then nobody did anything. they just stood there and looked really afraid and they let us get kicked off the plane for absolutely no reason. and the pilot admitted to us that we were kicked off because the stewardess said i gave her attitude about my dress. >> here is my theory. flight attendant, how old was she? >> it's hard to tell when you're up in the air like that
us to get out of there because we were in the cross fire zone, brooke. we got about 200 yards from the boat. they were saying things like come out with your hands up, we know that you're in there. come out on your own terms. he tid engage them. he had been weakened with a loss of blood. there were a lot of offices swarming the area. he was considered very violent. they didn't know whether he would have explosives on him. it was a very, very intense moment there. soo that's another kind of how it all came down. pretty much in the 8:00 eastern hour. ironically, kind of just minutes after authorities had completed a news conference. he heard some gunfire and the police and just rushed to the scene. it's as if it was also time. it's how it unfolds about 7:00 and 9:00 eastern hours. brooke? >> brian, let's just walk back a step. tell me why police had honed in. what happened there? >> this was 12 or 17 hours earlier. and then, come into this area where they engaged in a standoff, a very, very violent standoff some of the witness accounts are just incredibly dramatic. how that all unfold
on in cambridge right now, brook baldwin is on the scene for us. brook, that's where the suspects, these two brothers, lived. what are you seeing, what are you hearing? >> okay, wolf, you're xl right. we're on this live picture right now. we have zoomed in, you see the firefighters, there they go actually moving closer down norfolk, so that is the street. so just, about i'd say maybe a football field and a half from where you see those firefighters, down norfolk, is where we believe is that apartment complex where these two guys have been living here in cambridge. i have been here for several hours this morning and what we just learned in a news conference from police givees with this tremendous law enforcement presence. you know, we have additional ambulances on standby, possibly in the case that there could be injuries with this controlled explosion, but we saw firefighters pulling out the hose, we're sort of waiting for possibly signaling cover your ears, umm, waiting, waiting to see when the explosion happens because you know you never know what could be inside of that apartment before t
give so solace to so many. our special coverage continues with anderson cooper and brooke baldwin. >>> good afternoon, everyone. i'm anderson cooper live in boston. this is our continuing live coverage of the terror attack here in boston. i'm standing about four blocks from the scene of the center of a massive investigation right now. >> and i'm brooke baldwin also live here in boston. what a past 24 hours it has been for doctors and nurses and these families here, right here where i'm standing at brigham and women's hospital in boston, they're treating more than two dozen victims from the bombings at the marathon. we'll talk to chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta about what we're hearing, why so many amputations, and we're learning more about the shrapnel that has been embedded in some of these young people and older people, lower extremities. anderson? >> and we're getting new information really by the minute here. there are brand-new developments in the investigation. and the hunt for the person or people responsible for this attack. we're learning more about the bombs
newsroom" continues. >>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin live in new york today. why? because very soon i will be racing into the middle of our "cnn newsroom," one floor above me and interviewing this guy, cnn's newest addition, mr. anthony bourdain. tough questions for him today. which a lightning round. do not miss that at the bottom of the hour. first, i want to begin with this. four months after a gunman massacred children in connecticut, the nation is seeing the first gun reform proposal with an actual chance of becoming law. why? because it is coming from these two men. here they are. senator pat toomey, a republican, from pennsylvania. and joe manchin of west virginia, a democrat. they are both gun rights advocates, both strongly supported in the past by the nra, but now they're both facing opposition from the powerful gun lobbying group. we're going to get to that here in a moment. here is what the senators would like to do. set up a commission to study mass violence. expand background checks to buyers at gun shows and online. right now, only people buying at a gun store are vette
. >> just obey. they will be waiting for you. >> brook, since 9/11, we've been very cognizant of threats. do you think that now that there is an inordinate amount of flight attendant power, or do you think this is -- >> absolutely. i think everybody knows someone who has been kicked off a plane, right? the authorities can be completely discretionary. >> were you kicked off? >> do you have to tell that story right now? >> absolutely. >> okay. this is the story. i was on the way to st. bart with my wedding dress -- >> nice! >> -- and i got kicked off the plane from american airlines because they didn't have room for my wedding dress. i'm telling you. >> you were getting married in st. bart's, so you were on the plane with your wedding dress. they're aware this is the most important day of your life, but because they didn't have room for the wedding dress -- your fault, by wait the way -- you d have to wear it, you could have worn some kind of linen outfit. >> it was completely by discretion, and they told me i gave them attitude. it was my wedding dress, come on! and they kicked me and my husb
continues now with jake tapper a brooke baldwin, here in boston. >> half a world away from boston, the parents -- the parents of the bombing suspects lash out. they say their lives are now in danger and their sons are victims of an elaborate hoax. >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of i news room" live from boston. i'm jake tapper. >> i'm brooke baldwin. busy morning of developments. let's begin with investigators looking into a bizarre and fascinating possibility that his older brother, a devout muslim, with fundamental beliefs may have funded attacks by peddling illegal drugs. the father of dzhokhar and tamerlan say terrorists are threatening the family in southern russia. both his sons are innocent and that they were somehow framed. their mother takes it one step farther, she believes this bloody crime scene here in boston was no more than a lot of smoke. actors, she says, played the main victims, and the blood was nothing more than paint. this from the suspected bombers here. much more on that in a moment. first, russian president vladimvladmir putin urging closer
. >> it was just awesome. >> crazy. good morning and welcome to "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john berman. happy patriots day. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> let's begin with a little news from the homeland. we have the northern plains pounded. we saw some of the pictures by snow. where are we, like almost in may now and here you have this snow, lots of it. combined with low visibility, high winds creating a recipe for disaster on this minnesota hi highway. the dakotas saw up to a foot and a half of snow yesterday and, folks, it is not over yet, another winterlike blast taking aim at denver. how much snow is expected there? let's go to bonnie schneider live in the weather center. say it isn't so. >> i'm sure that's what they're saying in denver. where is our spring. denver, you're on your way to seeing the snowiest april ever but it's not just snowing in colorado. we have snow right now in northern minnesota across the northern plains and then where it's a little warmer, seeing very heavy thunderstorms that are keeping across milwaukee and into green bay at this hour. so it's a st
>>> hi, everyone. i'm brooke baldwin live in boston on this beautiful friday afternoon. for special live coverage of the investigation into the boston marathon bombings. jake tapper will join me here in just a moment. but after a week spent in the same hospital as many of the victims he's accused of wounding here, dzhokhar tsarnaev is in a new hospital today. this time he's behind bars. so all this happened under the cloak of darkness, overnight. he was moved from where i am in boston to this federal prison camp who holds detainees who need medical care. he will not be getting a visit from his parents anymore soon. we know his mother is wanted in the united states on shoplifting charges and his father, anzor tsarnaev has abandoned his plans to come to the u.s. to help with the investigation and to bury his eldest son tamerlan. we have learned an ambulance was called in for him last night and his trip is now delayed indefinitely. also today, there is a new push to piece together the final minutes of sean collier's life. m.i.t. is posting this on his website, asking for any informatio
's department store a fixture since the 1860s. by 1933 young brook heart 22 years old and just graduated from the university of santa clara was poised to take over the store from his father alex. minutes before closing time on november 9, 1933, brook hart left the department store and walked the short distance to his car. his kidnappers would be the last people to see him alive. >> this is the great gangster era of the 30s, and the great terrorist crime of fashion in those days was kidnapping for ransom. >> described by those who knew him as slow witted. he became friends with another local man, a motor oil sales man. together they would plan and play out the kidnapping of hart. >> they murdered him immediately and then asked for the money. >> reporter: the men waited for hart to leave the department store. using another car they drove to the san mateo bridge about a half mile out over the water. they tied weights around hart, clubbed him into unconsciousness and threw his body into the water. howward thurmon then emptied the pistol firing into where hart hit the water. almost immediately, th
] >> katie: [ sighing ] >> brooke: katie wants her ring. >> bill: are you sure? >> brooke: honey, we didn't get that. could you say it again? >> katie: [ muffled ] i said... ring. ring. >> brooke: "ring." [ birds chirping ] >> steffy: i still can't believe it.
] [ seagulls squawking ] >> bill: so she was comfortable? okay, great. thanks, doc. >> brooke: the hospital? >> bill: yeah. katie rested well last night. >> brooke: how's will? >> bill: he's good. he's sleeping after his unexpected visit with his mom. >> brooke: dr. meade was right. all katie needed was a chance to see her baby. that, and...the ring. the minute you put it on her finger... you did the right thing. i hope you know that.
vause at cnn's world headquarters in atlanta. i'll be joined shortly by brook baldwin, live in boston. we'd like to welcome our viewers here in the united states and around the world. to end this manhunt it did not come peacefully. >> early friday evening gunfire erupted in watertown. dzhokar tsarnaev was apparently putting up a fight after finding himself surrounded by police. what followed was a tense standoff with the 19-year-old tsarnaev. friday night ending would be different, unlike his older brother, the youngest tsarnaev would be captured, injured but alive. this photo shows tsarnaev being transferred to an ambulance. we are told he is now in serious condition. the art of dzhokar tsarnaev was greeted by cheers. we'll have a live report from poppy harlow to the reaction of the arrest. >>> friday night's dramatic events followed a massive manhunt. after thursday night's gun fight that resulted in the death of his older brother, dzhokar tsarnaev was finally cornered late friday afternoon hiding on a boat in the backyard of a watertown home. now we go to cnn's edward davis. >> he
like mr. austin to come forward. mr. austin has been with us for 3 years and west brook for just 5 years. so relatively new comers to munis but they have already been recognized for delivering outstanding service. here committee for putting safety first while transporting his passengers and a recent report, accommodation was given to him for a quick reaction to seeing a pedestrian lying on the street until help arrived prevented the pedestrian from being injured further. this is above and beyond of what you learn and the new training and on behalf of the management team we want to this you for your great effort and service as role model for the great work you do in a very difficult environment out this everyday. so i'm going to ask mr. hailey, if he want to introduce the superintendent staff and say a few words. >> thank you, this is wine garten the superintendent and i antonio the superintendent. i would also like to say although you said it well, these are two individuals that haven't been here a very long time by our standards in the ranks of operator ship. they have demonstrat
brook to say a couple words. could you talk to me, i didn't see in the description the possible design for connecting the parking lot to the plaza. >> the mendell plaza. the design work on the fence includes a large ruling gate that will be across from mendell plaza. with the intent we'll close off the bay view project for the children and will it encourage movement from the man dell plaza to the bay view plaza. >> what material is it made of? >> the final work will go through final design. it's actually going to be metal with a twist in it that will have a kind of a ripple effect so you will be able to see through it at some angles but it will block and provide privacy for children's area and will be lit from underground so in the evening the light will shine and it will have a sense of movement to it. >> will it mechanically move? >> i don't know the answer to that. i will find out for you. >> looks like we have a question from commissioner campos? >> thank you madam chair. thank you for this presentation. it's a beautiful building. just a couple questions. for the outdoor theatre, w
.org. discussion10:00, a at the brookings institution on u.s. options in dealing with north korea. enterprise institute forum on the internal politics of north korea. the american2:30, express ceo discusses digital commerce and global competition. orphaned at age 11, she lives with her favorite uncle, james buchanan. years later he becomes president and she serves as white house hostess. she is the first to be called first lady on a regular basis and so popular she sets out trends in clothing. me. lane. we will look at her life and that of her predecessor. -- harriet lane. atst ladies come tonight 9:00 eastern on c-span and c- span3. also, on c-span radio and c- span.org. >> this morning, adam green talked about the budget request president obama released last week and cuts to entitlement programs like social security in medicare. then, roger wicker takes your question about the budget, gun- control, and the situation on the korean peninsula.
appreciate all that they do for us. >> reporter: brooke baldwin, cnn, boston. >>> and right now, i'm chris cuomo here with brooke baldwin live in boston as part of cnn's special coverage of the boston bombing. a very moving piece and what we have been hearing here is that while we saw the worst of what people can do, sean collier, as a victim, represented the best in us. >> brings out the best in tragedies like these. i talked to a 41 year veteran with the boston fire department, i spent my day in cambridge and to hear stories anecdotally about him, how he would help everyone on campus, so badly wanted to be a police officer, was in police training school with another officer who was wounded, stories like these that are coming out and it is so important for every time we mention the suspects, we want to mention the victims 50 times over. >> that's definitely the right intention to have. still unclear that happened to him that night. >> we want to share the photos with you, new photographs taken from the apartment overlooking the road where the two boston marathon suspects, tamerlan and dzh
is replacing either one of the ladies but "star" magazine is reporting brooke shields for hasselbeck. what do you mean? i'll delyou what. first of all we already know brooke. i do day time tv but i'm a watcher, i'm a fan. i happen to have a job where i was watching anyway. when i turn on my daytime tv i like familiar faces. i like to get know somebody and i like them to be a part of my household. being that hasselbeck and behar are leaving, brooke shields has been in our household since "blue lagoon." remember when she fought tom cruise. she's 47 years old. she's a mom. we're familiar with brooke. the one to go in the chair for behar is saying ally wentworth. she's been here a couple of times. she's married to george stephanopoulos. she's from a very well appointed washington, d.c. beltway family. she's a very smart girl. she knows how to get down and dirty. she knows how to drink a boiler maker and wipe her mouth. she's just fun. i think those are two good choices, barbara wall terrifies. the "daily news" is reporting is you're considering stepping down at the end of this year. [ applause ]
. good to see you, i'm brooke baldwin live here in boston for cnn's special coverage of the investigation into the boston terror attack. several developments today i want to tell you about. first of all, cnn has new information at this hour as far as what kind of life this older brother was leading before last monday's bombings. what we know right now is right up until last year, tamerlan tsarnaev was receiving taxpayer funded state welfare all the while his wife was reportedly working up to 60 hours a week. also today, outrage is growing among families of those wounded here in boston now demanding that a terror suspect be moved from the same hospital where his alleged victims are recovering. they want him out of there. we are also learning today what the brothers may have been planning to do after the boston bombings. >> they may have been intent oncoming to new york, but not to continue what they were doing. the information that we received said something about a party or having a party. >> but today is really about this man, remembering one of these alleged victims here at a memorial f
's hospital, not too far from where i am in boston. thanks for being with me, i'm brooke baldwin live in boston, where we are covering her story and three major stories unfolding right now. >>> first, the white house says it has evidence that the syrian regime has, in fact, used chemical weapons. and keep in mind this is really a potential came changer in syria's bloody civil war. more on that. >>> plus, very soon president obama and the first lady will be arriving in waco, texas, for a memorial service to honor the victims of that horrific fertilizer explosion that happened last week. >>> but i want to begin this hour with a major development in the investigation of the boston terror attack. the surviving suspect told investigators that he and his brother had this plan to detonate their remaining bombs, there were six of them specifically, one pressure cooker, five pipe bombs according to investigators, in times square. new york police commissioner ray kelly spoke just a short time ago, along with the mayor of new york, michael bloomberg, and they basically said this, had the hijacke
at the brookings institution center. he has spent two decades serving in public institutions including the u.s. congress and state department. mr. bush, north korea's leadership appears to be holding firm on their stance. what are the options for the obama administration to stop north korea's can escalating threats? >> actually it seems that the current crisis may be winding down. north korea's rhetoric seems to have toned down a little bit. they could, of course, make another kind of attack. but the main option for the obama administration is to stick firm with it's policies trying to shape the choices of north korea so that we can get back to the six party talks. >> as we just reported, china's chief negotiator is set to visit the u.s. next week. to what extend do you think china is willing to use it's influence? >>> china is sometimes able to use it's influence to get north korea to the negotiating table. it is less able to use influence to shape north korea's negotiating position, and that's the problem. north korea's goals here, and it's negotiabling stance, or opposed to those of the u
, please come forward. is there any additional public comment? seeing none, public >> eric brooks, local grass roots organization of our city. it's encouraging to see these results especially to the extent that supervisor campos just pointed out that we are unique in letting a strong mayor set up an awful a lot of decisions and that clearly must go and i think a lot of us especially in the progressive community would argue that there is no need. mayor's have emergency powers, mayor's are there to deal with things like earthquakes and major disasters and make quick decisions. that's the point of an executive. i think the whole idea of a strong mayor in this city is way over blown and we need to start chipping on that. even when the board of supervisors makes these decisions that is not ideal either because we saw the board of supervisors vote on the mayor. we as grass roots were not able to vote on this as a special election. what that points to that even though what we had to do as organizers is work behind-the-scenes with a bunch of political action going on behind closed doors and try
. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm brooke baldwin. it is 4:00 a.m. on the east coast. >>> downtown boston, this beautiful city is a crime scene this morning after a terror attack at the finish line of the boston marathon. normally such a joyous event that brings the city together. this is what we know at the moent, at least three people are dead this morning including an 8-year-old boy. "the boston globe" identifying that boy as martin rich char ri door chester, massachusetts. 17 of these people are said to be in critical condition. the fbi is leading the investigation right now. there's no known motive and no one is in custody but authorities are looking into several active leads. overnight they executed a search warrant at revere, massachusetts. 2:50 p.m. was the first explosion. the second explosion coming just 12 seconds later. this is what it looked and sounded like. that scene, you can see it, just chaos, confusion. police scramble to respond. >> get all units in this city to this scene now. >> i have multiple people down here, okay. i don't
to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> good morning. i'm brooke baldwin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with this. new developments in the boston marathon bombings. chilling photos just released. they show the remains of one of the explosive devices. wir wires, we're also seeing a battery and bits and pieces of what looks to be a circuit board. reuters saying the government official who did not want to be identified shared these photos along with these images of a mangled pressure cooker. as we look at the different photos, one appears to be a cluster, you see tiny bbs likely fused together and shot out after the heat of this blast. the fbi saying the second bomb was also in some sort of metal container. >> all those doctors saying they were finding the bbs and nails in the patients they were treating. >>> and word that boston area hospitals released at least 100 of the 183 people injured in monday's attack. we're learning more about the third person killed, identified as a chinese grad student studying at boston university. we are respecting her family's wishes
a relief it is [ angry gibberish ] >>> coming up, film star brooke shields tells us about her brand new role. >> and why you are your own worst critic. fascinating look at how women actually see themselves versus how a stranger sees them. it's a fascinating study. >>> welcome back to "today" on this tuesday. and brooke shields has been in the spotlight nearly her entire life. i can't remember any time we weren't aware of our brooke. her career started when she was just 11 months old. >> brooke is a best-selling author, but probably best known for her modeling and acting career. right now she's a recurring cast member on the critically acclaimed drama, "army wives." she clashes with a base commander. look at her. >> what was that, colonel? >> if you're referring to our training mission, sir, it was a fully approved flight path. >> which your predecessor never utilized on concern for base operation. >> we don't just make left-hand turns in a war zone. i'm sure my superiors would back me on that. >> yes, i'm sure they would. but the next time you feel the need to perform an unwarranted exe
break in the investigation. good morning. >> good morning, carol, thank you. i'm jon berman with brook here in boston. we're just a couple blocks away. investigators are searching the scene all night. >> yes, you see behind us it's the medical tent. and unfortunately so there were so many doctors and that's where so. people were initially treated. we're yards from where the explosion took place for the monday marathon. it's important to talk about these new clues and pictures that we're now seeing. it is giving us a whole new perspective. photos looking right down on the scene as the explosions and shockwaves really blew through the city. >> yes, the lid of a pressure cooker, much like this believed to be used in one of the explosi explosive devices. thank you so much. let's talk about the lid first. it was found on the roof of a building near by here. >>> it's a big piece of physical evidence, it will have trace materials, fingerprints, hair, what the explosives was. the color of the smoke is unclear. in one of the bombs it's white, one is white gray, that tells you about if it is fer
that use magnets after reporting kids have swallowed them. they are at bed bath and beyond, brook stone and think geek and many more. the maker refused to recall the toy and 53 reports have required treatment. >>> both house of parliament are voting on same-sex couples and allowing them to adopt children in paris. the bill is on track to become law by the summer. >>> walk to work includes new plans to keep people safe. ♪ roundup ♪ ♪ i'm a loving husband and a real good dad ♪ ♪ but weeds just make me rattlesnake mad ♪ ♪ now roundup has a new sharp-shootin' wand ♪ ♪ i'm sendin' them weeds to the great beyond ♪ ♪ roundup ♪ yeha! [ whip cracks ] ♪ ♪ ♪ no need to pump just point and shoot ♪ ♪ hit 'em in the leaves, and it kills to the root ♪ ♪ 'round fences, trees, even mulched beds ♪ ♪ 'cause the only good weed is a weed that's dead ♪ ♪ roundup ♪ yeha! [ whip cracks ] [ male announcer ] roundup... [ whip cracks ] with the new one-touch wand. >>> san francisco is taking steps to improver pedestrian safety and the one thing police are telling
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